Out of the Box

Of damsels, quests and space odysseys

April 15, 2017 Vishaal Bhat 0

As the title suggests, this post deals with fantasy worlds; worlds that come to life on high-definition screens and serve as fuel for overactive imaginations. The subject being tackled here is none other than the […]

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Serenity amidst Cacophony

August 7, 2016 Guest 0

I was sitting at a road side tea stall on the outskirts of Mumbai, waiting for my favourite ‘cutting chai’. Thanks to the endless stream of  messages, my phone was vibrating non-stop. My head was […]

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Mother Nature’s Henchmen

November 15, 2015 Krishnapriya Ramanathan 0

One word says it all; mosquitoes. They help humans in no way. Unless you are full of vengeance and like to see your enemies suffering from malaria, dengue, chikungunya, brain fever, yellow fever or filariasis. […]

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SHE – a poem

November 11, 2015 Sara Showkath Ali 0

This is about my cousin sister whom i adored. Now, the flower of our friendship has wilted and dried and crumbled into pieces which I feel is irretrievable.     She walked towards the house, […]

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Waves – how a child saw it…

October 25, 2015 Sara Showkath Ali 0

Little girl I was, Standing by the sea, holding dad’s hand, Looking at the sea so vast… The beautiful blue waves, Rolled over, jumped, glided, became small Washed away the shells I saved… I looked […]

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The Plastic Apron : Only For Medicos

September 17, 2015 Guest 0

The word ‘apron’ reminds me of the doctors in the Hollywood movies wearing starched, pristine, lustrous white aprons, knee length and full sleeves, shielding almost their entire dress; just revealing the tie knot and leaving the rest […]